kitchen24 announces closing of Hollywood location

kitchen24’s West Hollywood location (above) will remain open.

West Hollywood dining establishment kitchen24 announced the closing of its Hollywood location. The restaurant’s statement on the development is below:

It is with heavy hearts that we make this announcement, after reopening for 3 months, our Hollywood kitchen24 location, on Cahuenga Blvd, will be closing it’s doors for good on Sunday September 12th. It has been our pleasure serving you for almost 14 years. We hope to see some of you this coming week. While kitchen24 Hollywood is going away, we aren’t. You can expect something in the new year from our hardworking, innovative already hitting the drawing board team. #notgoodbyebutseeyoulater Thank You Hollywood, You Made us a Neighborhood Spot, We Cannot Thank You Enough for ALL THE LOVE, ALL THESE YEARS. Deliciously yours, ❤️

A previous statement hinted at the closure:

our hollywood & west hollywood locations are open for indoor and patio dining for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner and catering. our hours have temporarily changed, please see below for individual locations.

kitchen24’s identity has always been about fulfilling the needs of its neighborhood and its community.

in 2020, kitchen24 and our entire industry was served up a healthy plate of covid-19. what resulted was a catastrophic impact that devastated our community, our economy, our operations and our staff.

a little over a year later here we are. it’s a whole new world out there and kitchen24 is approaching it just like everyone else. with caution. just like you, we look forward to a greater sense of normalcy and a return to the joys of the past. we are happy to announce both locations will be open and operating once again.

like many other restaurants trying to re-emerge at this time there are a multitude of challenges to overcome in our efforts to return to the past while managing expectations for the future and learning in to find out the new needs of our communities. all this external change reminds us daily that kitchen24 may not be able to be returned to the precise way that things were before. what are those needs today in this post pandemic world? we don’t exactly know yet.

please be patient while we find our way. our menu may be a little shorter. it may be sometime before we can warrant keeping our doors open 24 hours a day. we may not even make it seven days a week from the outset. what we do know is we’re committed to help restore a sense of normalcy and stability to our communities. we know the labor market is tight, our operating costs and reestablishing food supply chains have already proven to be daunting. we do know things will be different. and we know we will be giving our best effort to navigate those challenges to the best possible benefit of our neighborhood and our staff. we intend to persevere!!!

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LFA
LFA
1 month ago

Looks like they again messed up the photo to caption…elementary stuff.

Manny
Manny
1 month ago

I’m confused. Are both the Weho and Hollywood locations closing????

:dpb
:dpb
1 month ago

Hate to say it, but the last few weeks of Wehoville is inaccurate, not related to West Hollywood at all or has used quotes and pictures that are inconsistent with content. Please pause and clean up the publication. You were so good, now it’s a horrible mish mash.

Erik Jon Schmidt
Erik Jon Schmidt
1 month ago

As I have been saying for ten years. Weho is over! Thanks to City Management, City Council and City Commissions incompetence everyone is leaving. There has been a cancer in the leadership for years and soon the plug will be pulled on Weho. Weho Residents had many opportunities for new leadership on City Council, but they continued to elect clones of the former Council Members. Case in point, John Erickson who identifies as a woman is controlled by John Heilman who just can’t let go of his crown (or bleached hair). Even D’Amico who is the epitome of pay for… Read more »

Stephen
Stephen
1 month ago

You should’ve read the article instead of getting so triggered. K24 is leaving Hollywood, not Weho. Also, stop using playground attacks on your opponents’ looks and/or genders, we voted out crap like that when we dumped Trump and it doesn’t sound any less sick coming from you.

:dpb
:dpb
1 month ago

Next time read the article before you embarrass yourself. Have your facts straight, city straight and city council straight (ie.: next time at least be current with the city council.) You’re a pontificating fool. Done with you.

Last edited 1 month ago by :dpb
greeneyedguy
greeneyedguy
1 month ago

Weho is over because a restaurant in Hollywood is closing?

wtf

JRK
JRK
1 month ago

10 years – wow! That’s a long time to be wrong.

Aaron
Aaron
1 month ago

Why isn’t the title of this post correctly capitalized?

It’s embarrassing enough that kitchen24’s statement isn’t capitalized correctly but I assume that’s some dumb branding thing they are trying to do to go along with ‘kitchen24’.

Wehoville seems like it’s published by 8th graders on iPhones sometimes.

greeneyedguy
greeneyedguy
1 month ago

Could you change the picture to the Hollywood location if thats the one closing?

It’s very misleading

Scott
Scott
1 month ago

Why would you use a picture of the WEST HOLLYWOOD location when that’s not closing? Inaccurate and misleading.

Curtis
Curtis
1 month ago
Reply to  Scott

The photo under the headline is the Hollywood location

Dean
Dean
1 month ago

I just received an email from K24 that they are permanently closing the Hollywood location this coming Sunday Sept. 12 after their dinner service.

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